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F&S report growing opportunity in 5G indoor systems
Frost & Saullivan say that adoption in Asia-Pacific will be driven by key developments in policies, business models, and technology innovations.
Smart building market boosted by climate change concerns
New sustainability regulations will create growth opportunities for the market which is projected to reach US$109.48 billion by 2026.
New wireless canopy solution makes any building smart
Cognian’s Patented Syncromesh wireless canopy makes it cost-effective to retrofit existing buildings, reducing energy and emissions.
Frost & Sullivan names Radiflow leader in IT/OT security for smart buildings
Company highlighted for delivering superior cybersecurity solution for smart building operators combined with attractive MSSP partnerships.
Time to ditch your ‘dumb’ IDs and choose the right smart card printer
While the benefits of smart cards are well known, choosing the right printer can be overwhelming - here's a guide with 10 points to look out for.
Smart building opportunities abound this year
A specialist executive in the smart building world explains the trends that will give the smart building market a boost in the coming year.
New Bosch tech can turn your home into a touchscreen
This incredible projector the size of a credit card can beam interactive virtual touchscreens onto any surface in your home to make them 'smart'.
Why operational technology environments need to be secured
By understanding the cybersecurity risks in OT, decision-makers are better placed to make smart buying decisions.
Vodafone launches its latest smart workplace of the future
"We look to reflect diversity in ages, culture and types of work so that there’s space for everyone," says Murray Dobson.
Smart buildings spark cautionary tale for privacy concerns
"You could quite reasonably be uncomfortable knowing you’re being monitored, even if you know that it’s helping reduce the environmental footprint."
Exclusive: AI leading the way in the evolution of video security
This is being driven, in part, by a recent evolution in processing power, allowing analytics to keep pace with the influx of data.
Interview: HID Global on trusted identities in the age of smart buildings
We caught up with HID Global’s Harm Radstaak, who was in Melbourne for the ASIAL Security Exhibition & Conference last week.
Interview: HID Global talks trusted identities, privacy & why we need to be ready for smart buildings
HID Global is a major player in the identity management space and more committed to trusted identities than ever before.
World’s first tropical data center on trial in Singapore
"We want to develop new technologies and standards that allow us to operate advanced data centers in the most energy efficient way in the tropics."
Aussie tech start-up acquired by GE, sets sights on bigger markets
“Our combined strengths will help customers, big or small, achieve increased energy savings, and provide a solution for ecosystem partners to grow."
Smart commercial buildings offer early reseller IoT potential
Smart commercial buildings will be a driving force in the uptake of internet of things, Gartner says, opening the doors for resellers to capitalise.
Apple's smart home devices, coming next month
Apple has revealed HomeKit devices will begin to launch as early as May or June of this year, nearly a year after revealing the project.
Microsoft's latest venture: Smart cooking?
Microsoft and Miele have teamed up to create smarter home appliances for consumers, with new technology that capitalises on the Internet of Things.
IDC predicts aggressive adoption of smart building technology
Smart building technology is expected to grow from $6.3 billion in 2014 to $17.4 billion in 2019 with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 22.6%.
NZ TechEd: Microsoft's smart way to rebuild Christchurch
Sitting with a "This is my office" sticker planted firmly on his laptop at last week's Microsoft's NZ TechEd conference, Darrell Smith's device is literally that.